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Fake iPad Bomb Apparently The Reason Behind Airlines Electronic Ban

But a plot that aimed to bring down a plane with a fake iPad stuffed with explosives sparked fears that Islamist extremists have found a new way to bring explosives on board. So far, it appears only the United States and the UK are putting such a ban into effect, although The Guardian reports France is flirting with the idea as well.

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Android founder teases new 'Essential' smartphone in tweet

Beyond that, we can see that the phone will feature a cutout on top for a speaker, along with a visible button on the side of the device. "Eager to get it in more people's hands.". It's been suggested that Rubin is aiming to launch his new phone in the middle of 2017 at a price of around $649. The photo which Rubin posted to Twitter reveals that the smartphone rocks an nearly bezel-less design, something similar to the Xiaomi Mi MIX.

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Galaxy S8 and S8+ specs confirmed by newly leaked benchmarks

Greenpeace protesters crashed Samsung's main MWC press conference last month, urging the firm to recycle the Note 7. The company will also look into local demand for the products, and only then will Samsung announce which markets will be getting the refurbished phones and when they will be made available.

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Tesla Looks Confident About Model 3 After Raising $1.15 Billion

First, Musk sounded off to clarify the positioning of the Model 3 vs. the Model S. Where the Model S has two computer screens, one inside the dashboard on the driver's side, the Model 3 only has one in the center of the dashboard. Right now, it is still unclear how many Model 3s could be built with 3,000 km " shielded aluminum cable ". Presumably that referred to the base model of the Model 3, which might offer 20-30% less range than a top-end 75 kw-hr version.

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Why have the USA and United Kingdom banned electronic devices on flights?

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urged Washington and London to withdraw the bans on Turkey "as soon as possible" on Thursday in a televised interview. The restrictions mean all devices larger than 16cm in length, 9.3cm in width or 1.5cm in depth will have to go in the hold.

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Uber president quits in response to controversies

Jones was certainly touted by Kalanick as a big hire when he arrived at Uber last fall from Target, where he was its well-regarded CMO. The former Chief Marketing Officer at Target would be responsible for Uber's operations, marketing, and customer support globally.